Enjoy listening to my song, African Forest while reading the post.
One of the longest and most difficult relationships we have in this lifetime is the relationship with our body.
So many people painstakingly feed their body health foods, organic foods, an array of supplements, go to the gym. They drag their bodies to doctor after doctor, taking medication after medication, getting surgery after surgery, in the hopes of feeling better and staving off death as long as possible.
People carefully dress their body up, put on perfume, get expensive hairstyles, manicures, pedicures, go on crazy diets, cleanses, some even get cosmetic surgery, in the hopes of looking good.
But how many people are really in love with their body? Just as it is? Not many, and that’s because we live in a world in which the body is seen as a separate ‘entity’ from ourselves. One which we must drag around with us ’till death do us part.’ As we go through life we begin to feel our body has a mind of its own and with each accident, illness and the aging process, we feel more and more betrayed by this body. Add to that the images of the ‘perfect body’ being paraded in front of us consistently by mass consciousness.
But anyone drawn to this blog and other material like it are on the forefront of the ascension and are releasing mass consciousness. They are becoming sovereign beings who set their own standards of beauty. They are allowing in their light body at their own pace. They are also beginning to understand that their body is part of their consciousness and needs to be honored as such. Their body is a corporeal expression of spirit. That its health and well-being are not so much dependent on the foods it ingests but it’s ‘partner’s’ state of consciousness.
Our body responds to our emotions and feelings.
To a large degree the body is working from old programming…some from this lifetime but most from ancestral DNA…and is working hard to catch up with our newly forming consciousness. It truly has our best interest at heart. But it can go only so fast. It’s absolutely understandable that we lose patience with it along with this whole transformational process. But it is important to keep the broader perspective relative to the body. And to begin loving it just where it is at. To see its beauty, and to feel its love for us. Rather than treating it like a bad relationship or an overstayed visit from an unwanted relative. Like it’s just an inconvenience. It’s important to talk to your body, tell it your concerns, and your fears, and tell it you want to be there for it just as it’s there for you.
See its devotion to you. See how in so many ways it truly does work amazingly well. Even if it has one hundred things wrong, admire the things it can still do with grace and ease. Be kinder to it. Fall in love with the essence of it. See how in so many ways it’s been a messenger for you, signaling you there is something off.
Treat your body like you would a lover or a dear friend, like someone you can’t wait to spend the day with. Take it out for dinner, feed it yummy food, eat that pie and ice cream. Let it over sleep. Make joyous love to it! Just as a child responds to unconditional love, and thrives knowing it is loved for itself and not for how it performs, so it is for our bodies.
And over time watch as that body of yours transforms in front of you. Becoming more relaxed, and balanced. It is now safe to be here, in these bodies. There is no need to be out-of-body any more. Or to take on the pain and suffering of our fellow-man. Those days are long gone. That’s so yesterday! In fact it’s essential to our ascension to embrace and love our body. As long as we resist the love and blessings of our earthly form, we resist our transformation from human to divine human.